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Missing 18-Year-Old Returns Home

After Making Three-City Odyssey

After spending a week traveling by bus from here to Portland, Maine, Boston, Mass. and Washington, D.C. on his own, the 18-year-old who was missing from his Remsen Avenue home since June 16 came home last Friday night, according to his father. More...

Pair Arrested After "Possible"

Bias-Related Fight Sunday

In what police are calling a "possible" bias incident, two youths were arrested last Sunday evening after they allegedly menaced and assaulted three Pakistani men who asked them for directions. More...

Cyclones Win Third Straight Home Opener

It is evident that baseball is alive and well in Brooklyn. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor’s Desk...

Revitalizing Neighborhoods As NYC Crime Continues To Drop

Good news has a way of building on itself; success breeds success. Because New York City is the safest big city in the nation, and because we More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Yes, There Are Weapons Of Mass Destruction In Iraq More...

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Hundreds of Canarsie High School seniors participated in yesterday morning More...

69th Pct.Cops Rescue Jumper Off

Canarsie Pier After Suicide Try

A man who was apparently distraught because his girlfriend wanted to break up with him leaped into the water off Canarsie Pier on Tuesday, June 17 and was rescued by two 69th Precinct police officers. More...

They Didn’t Deserve This Break

Copying a similar incident that happened last September, history repeated itself as the above 1987 Olds crashed through one of the front windows at the McDonald More...

Arts & Entertainment

"Hulk" Is ‘Cleverly Crafted...Short On Plot’

AP Movie Writer

Ang Lee attracted droves of subtitle-shy Americans to his Mandarin-language epic "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," an elegant and deeply passionate story of tragic heroes. More...

Central Library To Feature Caribbean Festival June 28

Brooklyn Public Library Plaza will be transformed by the colorful sights and dynamic rhythms of a Caribbean Festival, as popular groups and artists take center stage to perform calypso, reggae, poetry and dance this Saturday from 1:00 More...

Hot Hoofers

The Con Ritmo Dancers, a Brooklyn Latin dance troupe, perfomed along with several other acts at the June 14 All Stars Talent Show at Canarsie High School. the talented quartet tied for first place in the Alumni Division. Don Bailey More...

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